A stinky pentatomid that Cristian swatted out of the sky at Las Alturas. The orange-ish fluid it excreted covers Cristian’s hands and was poignant.
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Walking and sniffing the mud in the vast salt marshes surrounding Harris Neck.
Amos and Eva catch up and jump through the grass at Harris Neck.
After some heavy rains this week, thousands of stranded amphipods were dried up in the Science Center, possibly emerging from a over flowing drain.
After falling into a
fountain (for the first time), Eva gets dirty.
At about 2100 m, overlooking and within La Amistad International Park. I’ve previously posted a little about the
area and hike here.
A visit to Chippewa Square.
Amos and Eva wait at the clearing from the old plantation at Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge.
Preparing to leave the station after a productive and fun workshop to prepare for mentoring NAPIRE students this coming summer. The crew includes research mentors, like myself, home mentors, coordinators and the director of education at OTS.